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Introduction

Welcome to the Weird Wild West where both men and women have to be tough to survive. It’s a place with horsepower measured by hands or hooves, and the number of cylinders in a long gun or pistol makes the difference between life and death on the open frontier of the western United States.

The streets here are dusty, the lead hot, the women fast and the cards faster. Disagreements finish face to face with pistols drawn at noon while the undertaker waits with his pine. Quick justice is dispensed under tall trees and at the end of a short rope -- if you’re lucky.

There are people here who are not as they seem, and others who watch them. Supernatural and mortal alike unite to reach what peace they can find between them. Hunters can become prey, and prey can become the hunter. This is their story.

I've been fortunate to have had most, if not all of the following accepted for publication in the online magazine Bewildering Stories

Please visit Kelley Armstrong's web site if you get a chance. You will get hooked...
I hope you enjoy the following. If not, I won't be offended.
Please be patient with works in progress. Half the fun is the road traveled to get to the finish line.
I'm just an amateur and am learning as I write.

Thank you,
Bob.
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Reader Warnings

  • The following works are intended for mature readers.
  • Please consider this a warning for strong language, possible sexual content,
       and violence that may be specific or implied.
  • In several places throughout the stories, actual historical events
       have been intermixed with fiction as well as reference made to the paranormal
       and other related studies.
  • Such content as presented should not be viewed by younger readers without
       parental review.
  • Please be aware that what you are about to read are horror stories set in the Wild West
       of the United States, which occur for the most part in the mid to late 1800s.
  • The genre of horror I've attempted usually ranges in content from somewhat dark to very dark and will
       almost always manage to use your imagination against you.
  • Personally, I am a big fan of what Hitchcock did to his viewers and what Steven King did to his readers.

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Stories (Chronological Order)

(WIP) indicates a Work-In-Progress
Tales of the Weird Wild West